Knoxville Physical Therapy and Physical Therapists

When it comes to Physical Therapy in Knoxville, East Tennessee Spine and Sport is one of the most trusted names!

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Whether you are experiencing pain or physical limitations in your ability to move, function, or enjoy life, Let ETSS help you!

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Your treatment will be performed by licensed therapist. Schedule your appointment now!

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Transforming Physical Therapy

The Latest News in Physical Therapy and East Tennessee Spine and Sport.

Turkey Talk with Tyler Lucas, PT, DPT

What does the holiday season mean? For most of us, this time is year is spent with family, friends, and loved ones. We over-eat plenty of good food and share many laughs. We also do a lot of lounging around and taking those “post-turkey” naps. Many of us will be spent traveling around, followed by…

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Current Evidence for Lateral Hip Pain by Greg Sills, PTA

  Current Evidence for Lateral Hip Pain How many time have you heard someone say, “I have ‘bursitis’”, when pointing to the outside of their hip? It has been a very common diagnosis with fair response to treatments, including: use of modalities, stretching and even injections. In 2013, a study of 877 patients with lateral…

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McKenzie Method Offered at All Five ETSS Locations

Many people know about the McKenzie Method of physical therapy and exercise for back pain or neck pain, but aren’t sure exactly what the goals of the program are and what the exercises entail. The McKenzie Method was developed in the 1960s by Robin McKenzie, a physical therapist in New Zealand. In his practice, he…

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